This Workstation Will Change the Game
By Chris Sutcliffe
VFX & Animation Senior Account Manager
In the world of Media & Entertainment, when you are compiling or building using Unity or Unreal, you need as many cores as possible. The 64-core option offers the most cores available in a workstation today, either single or dual. And perhaps the 64-core will help disrupt the market a little, providing alternatives to GPU rendering for Arnold or V-Ray. Then there are 3D artists using Autodesk Maya, ZBrush, Blender or Houdini, who rely heavily on the clock speed. The same box offers 12 or 16 core machines which would work perfectly for these applications. As per the airline though, the beauty of these machines is, that you can have the wide spread of processors (12, 16, 32 or 64 core) in the same box.
I wonder if that will be the future, eventually everyone having the exact same device? Either way, the Lenovo P620 is a game changer.
About Chris Sutcliffe
Chris Sutcliffe is Annex Pro’s VFX & Animation Senior Account Manager. Chris’s knowledge of the media and entertainment industry spans over 20 years with his most recent accomplishment being the Senior Account Executive at Lenovo.
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